Tequesta Country Club community features a variety of styles in the 585 homes that comprise the community. Tequesta Country Club began in 1955 when founder Charles Martyn bought 350 aces of land along the North and North West forks of the Loxahatchee River. Martyn named the community after the Tequesta Indians. Each home features its own unique Floridian design and finish. One thing you can be sure of when looking at Tequesta Country Club homes for sale, no two will be alike.
Tequesta Country Club opened in 1957 and it's latest update was the 2009.It has a variety of memberships including a new singles membership. The Tequesta Country Club features a club house, golf and tennis facilities as well as a host of other amenities.The club itself boasts an "Old Florida" feel, and is friendly and hospitable.
Tequeata Country Club is only minutes to the pristine beaches of Jupiter, Tequesta & Juno. There are recreational facilities everywhere: Roger Dean Baseball Stadium at Abacoa in Jupiter, the North County Aquatic Center in Jupiter, the state park in Tequesta & the Maltz Theatre. Also The Scripps Research & Max Planck Research Institutes in Jupiter and the Palm Beach International Airport are an easy drive.